The Journal (Newcastle, England)

The Journal is a regional newspaper from Newcastle, England. The Journal publishes the latest business, sports, and politics news.

Articles from April 19, 2004

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300 Jobs to Go in WH Smith Shake-Up
Struggling high street stationery retailer W H Smith yesterday confirmed it is to axe 300 jobs. A spokesman for the group said it plans to cut a quarter of the 1,200 staff at its offices in Swindon and London. The spokesman declined to say how...
Akhtar Let Side Down - Skipper
Pakistan skipper Inzamam ul-Haq has accused Durham pace star Shoaib Akhtar of letting the side down in the wake ot the historic series defeat by India. And the country's cricket board chief, Shaharyar Khan, has threatened the `Rawalpindi Express'...
A Land of Far Horizons and Deep Secrets
Byline: By Tony Henderson It's about an hour's easy drive from the hustle, bustle, noise and urgency of 21st Century life in a packed Tyneside conurbation. That would take any of the 850,000 who live in the built up area to the Cheviot Hills...
Albany Northern League
Byline: By Malcolm Pratt Dunston Federation's championship celebrations were put on hold by Jarrow Roofing, but if they take one point from their game at Billingham Town tomorrow the champagne corks will pop. It was Fed's second consecutive defeat,...
Angel Goes for Growth
Byline: By Rebekah Ashby A medical research company is creating more hi-tech jobs as it creates a cutting edge clinical manufacturing facility in Northumberland. Angel Biotechnology, which is based at Cramlington's Nelson Industrial Park, is...
A Planet Makeover
Byline: Elin Tough, here's your chance to help Aveda save the planet and bag yourself some goodies while you're at it. With World Earth Day just around the corner, writes Elin Tough, here's your chance to help Aveda save the planet and bag yourself...
Arts Supported to the Tune of Pounds 10m
Byline: By Graeme Whitfield Further signs of the North-East's cultural renaissance are being claimed this morning, with a report showing that business sponsorship of the arts has more than doubled in the last year. Figures released by Arts and...
Aston Villa 0, Newcastle United 0
Byline: By Luke Edwards One of the main reasons why Newcastle have failed to pull away from the pack chasing Champions League qualification has been their lack of discipline away from home. But yesterday they gave a performance overflowing with...
Blair Tipped to Do U-Turn on EU Poll
Byline: By James Lyons Tony Blair last night appeared set for a dramatic U-turn by calling a referendum on the European Union constitution. The Prime Minister has always insisted voters will not have a say on the controversial treaty, due to...
Boom Time Back for the Super Rich
Byline: By Louise Barnett Chelsea Football Club owner Roman Abramovich is the richest person in Britain with a fortune of pounds 7.5bn, according to a new report. The 37-year-old Russian tycoon's billions have shot him to first place in the Sunday...
Boro Given a Mauling as Wolves Battle On
Byline: By Jack Pickering Boro headed for warm weather training on Saturday night knowing that a black cloud had descended over their season. A chance to put pressure on the Champions League contenders was thrown away at Molineux. The Jekyll...
Brown Plays It Cool
Jon Brown put an appearance fee row to the back of his mind to easily reach Olympic qualifying standard in yesterday's Flora London Marathon. Brown stuck to his pre-race plan of not mixing it with the elite overseas athletes, in a race won - after...
Brown Plays It Cool for Marathon Spot
Jon Brown put an appearance fee row to the back of his mind to easily reach Olympic qualifying standard in yesterday's Flora London Marathon. Brown stuck to his pre-race plan of not mixing it with the elite overseas athletes, in a race won - after...
Bus Death Charge
A 21-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter following a fatal bus crash on a railway bridge. The crash, in the Bootham area of York, killed a 49-year-old passenger and injured four others, including the bus driver. The accident happened...
Buyers Facing Homes Misery
Byline: By Paul James First-time buyers are being priced out of the North's property market with just seven towns in the region offering homes they can realistically afford, a new survey claims. Would-be buyers now have to find up to pounds 100,000...
Cabbies Who Give the Customer a Tip
Byline: By Megan Bolam Taxi drivers are to be trained as tourist guides in a bid to showcase the region's top attractions to visitors. From next month, all 3,000 cabbies in Newcastle and Gateshead will be able to learn about the history, heritage...
Carlisle United 0, Lincoln City 2
Carlisle, having spent the last four months clawing themselves back into survival contention, were found wanting when the chance to get off the bottom presented itself. With Rochdale picking up three points, the Cumbrians are five points adrift...
Castle under Siege
Byline: By Dave Black Cavaliers and roundheads crossed swords again yesterday to re-create a bloody siege which left a Northumberland castle a virtual ruin more than 350 years ago. Morpeth Castle echoed to the roar of canon fire and the boom...
Chateau Is One to Keep on Winning
Byline: By Peter Hilton Chateau Nicol had a great time on the all-weather over the winter and with all the signs suggesting he has not stopped winning yet, Brendan Powell's gelding looks the best bet today. The five-year-old won four times at...
Chelsea 0, Everton 0
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has warned his team-mates they must adapt to the tag of favourites if they want to become a major power in European football. The Blues go into tomorrow night's Champions League semi-final, first leg tie in Monaco...
Chunnel Takeover
French state railway SNCF could take over struggling Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel, it emerged yesterday. Creditors of Eurotunnel, whose shareholders ousted its entire board earlier this month, are expected to open talks with SNCF in the next...
Cupful of Kindness
Byline: By Alan Hedley The big-hearted Newcastle Falcons cup-winning team have given their pounds 22,000 prize money to the family of a tragic former team-mate. The rugby union club's owner, David Thompson, decided the cash from Saturday's Powergen...
Darlington 2, Oxford United 0
Byline: By Ray Simpson Darlington's escape from the threat of relegation, which looked highly unlikely three months ago, is almost complete after their second successive home win. The win over Oxford took their home wins to 10, more than any...
Doherty Gunned Down by Outlaw
Joe Swail paid tribute to coach Del Hill last night after causing the latest shock result of the pounds 1.3m Embassy World Championship. "The Outlaw" knocked out 1997 Crucible champion Ken Doherty 10-5 after struggling to pot a ball just six weeks...
Driving to Paradise
Top amateur golfers in the North-East are being given the chance to play on one of the best courses in the world. The Bass Ale Golfing Pub of the Year tournament is being held at Eaglescliffe Golf Club, Stockton, on Thursday. Winners of the heat...
Easter Eggs to Tasty Nest Egg
Byline: By Dave Black Biking fans Gloria and Jim Sturgeon took to the roads over the Easter weekend on a charity mission to deliver chocolate eggs to North-East hospital patients and residents of old people's homes. They were among 700 leather-clad...
Even a Town like Alice Can Dig Up an Entrepreneur
Byline: By Sue Wilson At first glance central Australia does not seem the sort of place to offer many business opportunities. Out here in the desert you are very much aware of the vastness of the land and the scarceness of human beings. At...
Ex-MI5 Spy Tells of UK's Al Qaida Blunders
Byline: By Rod Minchin Security bosses let thousands of al Qaida members into the UK during the 1990s, former spy David Shayler claimed yesterday. The renegade ex-MI5 agent, who was jailed for leaking secret documents to a newspaper, also claimed...
Ex-Soldier Fights for Labour's Seat
Former soldier Simon Reed is gearing up for one of his toughest battles yet. He is campaigning to achieve political success in one of the North's staunchest Labour Party strongholds. Mr Reed - a veteran of the first Gulf War - has been selected...
Face to Face with Heather
Byline: By Graeme Whitfield From Washington, Tyne and Wear, to the bright lights of Hollywood, Heather Mills has come a long way. After highly-acclaimed charity work and marriage to former Beatle Paul McCartney, the one-time Journal columnist...
Fairytale Goes on as Pool Impress
If you think Newcastle's Uefa Cup adventure and their quest for a place in the Champions League, Boro's Carling Cup triumph and Sunderland's FA Cup semi-final and First Division play-off drive are more impressive than what Hartlepool have achieved...
Falcons Power to Their Cup Triumph
Byline: By Alan Hedley The Falcons won the cup - and then lost it. In the dressing room celebrations the Powergen Cup disappeared and it took 20 minutes to find it under a pile of jerseys. Having just spent 80 minutes grappling with Sale, it's...
Falcons Power to Triumph
Byline: By Alan Hedley The Falcons won the cup - and then lost it. In the dressing room celebrations the Powergen Cup disappeared and it took 20 minutes to find it under a pile of jerseys. Having just spent 80 minutes grappling with Sale, it's...
Flournoy Begins Next Year's Plans
Byline: By Simon Rushworth FabulousFlournoy has revealed he will do everything in his power to give this season's injury-ravaged roster a second chance at winning silverware after Newcastle's inconsistent campaign ended on a losing note in London....
Forfar Athletic 0 Berwick Ranger 2
Berwick Rangers took another massive stride away from the relegation dogfight as they registered back-to-back wins in the league for only the third time this season. And it was the first time this term that the Borderers have kept a clean sheet...
Forfar Athletic 0, Berwick Ranger 2
Berwick Rangers took another massive stride away from the relegation dogfight as they registered back-to-back wins in the league for only the third time this season. And it was the first time this term that the Borderers have kept a clean sheet...
Games Running out for Carlisle
Carlisle, having spent the last four months clawing themselves back into survival contention, were found wanting when the chance to get off the bottom presented itself. With Rochdale picking up three points, the Cumbrians are five points adrift...
Gervais Cleans Up
Byline: By Anita Singh Ricky Gervais was crowned King of the Baftas last night for the third year running. The comic won best comedy performance and best sitcom for The Office Christmas Special on a night of rain and soap suds in London. And...
Gervais Cleans Up Once Again
Byline: By Anita Singh Ricky Gervais was crowned King of the Baftas last night for the third year running. The comic won best comedy performance and best sitcom for The Office Christmas Special on a night of rain and soap suds in London. And...
Gigs to Suit All Tastes
Byline: By Graham Davies Three crowd-pulling acts are set to rock Tyneside all week long. Graham Davies previews their arrival. If variety is the spice of life then Newcastle's musical offerings will be rivalling the contents of an Indian restaurant's...
Hartlepool United 4, Notts County 0
If you think Newcastle's Uefa Cup adventure and their quest for a place in the Champions League, Boro's Carling Cup triumph and Sunderland's FA Cup semi-final and First Division play-off drive are more impressive than what Hartlepool have achieved...
Hero Airman's VC for Auction
Byline: By David Stringer The family of a legendary Second World War airman who hoped to add their father's Victoria Cross to a museum collection devoted to his bravery have been forced to offer the medal at auction, following a legal dispute. ...
Home Truths
Byline: By Martin Wells Unluckily for me (actually, come to think about it, it wasn't too fortunate for him either) my father died when I was 14. As a result, I never got to experience the thrill of that defining moment in father-son relationships...
Home Truths on Location
Getting first-time buyers into the housing market is emerging as a major issue in the North-East. A combination of rising house prices and the region's relatively low average wage rates means - according to a Halifax Estate Agents survey - that...
Home Truths on Location
Home truths on location - Getting first-time buyers into the housing market is emerging as a major issue in the North-East. A combination of rising house prices and the region's relatively low average wage rates means - according to a Halifax Estate...
Huw Lewis Column
Byline: By Huw Lewis Michael Howard's Conservatives are, for the first time, showing they have the ability to capture the imagination of the public. It has been a long time coming. Two interventions last week, the first a new policy on access...
Injury Nightmare
Byline: By Luke Edwards Newcastle United are facing a injury nightmare ahead of their Uefa Cup quarter-final against Marseille after they secured a valiant point at Aston Villa yesterday. The goalless draw pushed Newcastle level with Liverpool...
In the Footsteps of Our Ancestors
Visitors to Breamish Valley can simply enjoy its scenic beauty, riverbanks and wildlife. But there is also the chance to sample the special experience of walking in a landscape of ancestors. Standing on the tumbled stone ramparts of Brough Law...
It's Time to Make Some Noise about Our Great Cities
Newcastle is undergoing a "quiet revolution" as one of England's core cities, says Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott. Newcastle and the other major cities around the country play a crucial role in our regional and national life. Our major cities...
Key Questions on Europe's New Constitution
Q: Why does Europe need a constitution? A: On May 1 the 15-nation EU becomes 25 in the biggest round of expansion since the original six countries got together 50 years ago. A new rule book is needed to make such a large organisation work more...
Lee Marches in with a Town Moor Double
Byline: By Alan Hedley The Newcastle United county pairing of Kevin Cademy-Taylor and Simon Lee ended Durham's recent dominance of the Northumberland and Durham Inter-County Foursomes when they won the title at Seahouses. The United pair defeated...
Marseille 2, Lille 1
Newcastle United's UEFA Cup semi-final opponents Marseille maintained their impressive run of form last night with a close-fought win over 10-man Lille. Buoyed by last week's UEFA Cup quarter-final victory over Italian giants Inter Milan, and with...
Marseille Continue Impressive Run with Win
Newcastle United's Uefa Cup semi-final opponents Marseille maintained their impressive run of form last night with a close-fought win over 10-man Lille. Buoyed by last week's Uefa Cup quarter-final victory over Italian giants Inter Milan, and with...
Medical Research Firm Angel Goes for Growth
Byline: By Rebekah Ashby Amedical research company is creating more hi-tech jobs as it creates a cutting edge clinical manufacturing facility in Northumberland. Angel Biotechnology, which is based at Cramlington's Nelson Industrial Park, is also...
Midgley Relishing the Next Challenge
Byline: By Graeme King After a long and at times controversial career, the quintessential North-East businessman has been picked for a leading national role. Graeme King finds out what makes Bill Midgley tick. It seems now as if Bill Midgley...
MP Stole My Bride Says Jilted Fiance
Byline: By Graeme Whitfield North MP Stephen Hepburn was lying low yesterday after revelations of an affair with a House of Commons tea lady. In a storyline that mirrors the hit comedy Love Actually the 44-year-old bachelor has fallen for a woman...
NEL Is on Lookout to Expand Portfolio
Byline: By Rebekah Ashby One of the biggest financial backers of North-East businesses is going out and about in search of growing small businesses to add to its investment portfolio. Northern Enterprise Ltd (NEL), which invests solely in businesses...
No Place for `Far Right' Attitudes Here
Byline: By Kevin Rowan The North-East holds many attractions for me. The region has some wonderful countryside to offer, from Teesside up to the borders. The cities are, for me, as good as anywhere in the dynamism and range and quality of entertainment...
No Place for 'Far Right' Attitudes Here
Byline: By Kevin Rowan The North-East holds many attractions for me. The region has some wonderful countryside to offer, from Teesside up to the borders. The cities are, for me, as good as anywhere in the dynamism and range and quality of entertainment...
Northern Marts
Hexham April 16 Hexham and Northern Marts had forward an entry of 875 store cattle and suckled calves at their weekly Sale. A larger entry of steers on red met a sharp enquiry with numerous lots selling in excess of pounds 700 to a top of...
Play-Offs Okay for Us
Byline: By Paul Gilder Mick McCarthy last night admitted defeat in his bid to steer Sunderland to automatic promotion but insisted that securing a place in the First Division play-offs will still represent a successful season on Wearside. The...
Play-Offs Okay for Us, Says McCarthy
Byline: By Paul Gilder Mick McCarthy last night admitted defeat in his bid to steer Sunderland to automatic promotion but insisted that securing a place in the First Division play-offs will still represent a successful season on Wearside. The...
Point to Point
Byline: By Peter Burgen Andrew Richardson moved into a five points lead over Ranald Morgan in the Northern Area Jockeys Championship after landing his seventh winner of the season on Three Spires in the Braes of Derwent Intermediate race at Corbridge...
Pounds 22,000 Aid for Project
Plans to perform a dramatic display of the history of Haltwhistle have been boosted with the district's local history society being given pounds 22,429 by the Local Heritage Initiative. Organisers are set to carry out an oral and photographic history...
Pounds 50,000-a-Year . . . and Still Struggling
A young couple who are due to be married later this year are finding the search for their first home "frustrating". Adam Gilroy and Melissa Donnovan, both 25, are resigned to missing out on their ideal house, despite working in jobs that will give...
Prescott's Power Push
Byline: By Graeme Whitfield The North-East's urban renaissance will gather pace if plans for a regional assembly get public approval, Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott said last night. On the eve of a report that claims England's eight core...
Pretty Is in Full Bloom
Byline: By Vicky Pepys Vicky Pepys peeps into the pretty market. Traditionally there is an upsurge in retail spending around the Easter period. It's often when phased delivery is at its height, which means that the new collections arrive in...
Protest Pledged over Anti-Jewish Lectures
ANTI-fascist campaigners yesterday pledged to protest if Right-wing historian David Irving visits Newcastle on his UK lecture tour. Reports suggest the Holocaust revisionist - vilified for questioning whether six million Jews were killed by the...
Quakers' Survival Looking Complete
Byline: By Ray Simpson Darlington's escape from the threat of relegation, which looked highly unlikely three months ago, is almost complete after their second successive home win. The win over Oxford took their home wins to 10, more than any...
Read on Song
Byline: By Myles Hodgson Chris Read bounced back from the disappointment of being dropped from England's victorious Test side to demonstrate the power of his strokeplay and clinch a superb two-wicket victory in the opening match of the one-day series...
Read on Song as England Triumph
Byline: By Myles Hodgson Chris Read bounced back from the disappointment of being dropped from England's victorious Test side to demonstrate the power of his strokeplay and clinch a superb two-wicket victory in the opening match of the one-day series...
Retial Therapy
Beauty therapist Clare Richards opens her new venture tomorrow. The Parks Beauty Studio in Brunton Park, Gosforth, will offer a plethora of treatments, including the renowned Mystic Tan booths from the US, considered to be the best on the market....
Schwarzer Believes Best Ever Is Still On
Byline: By Jack Pickering Boro goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer last night insisted the side would fight on in the battle to achieve a record-breaking finish for the club. The Aussie international, who saved a last-minute penalty at Wolves on Saturday,...
Sharewatch
Sage Group 174p WHILST Sage has not been immune from the fallout in the technology sector, it has weathered the storm significantly better than its peer group. Not only has the company retained its position as a member of the FTSE 100 but it...
Snooker: Doherty Gunned Down by Outlaw
Joe Swail paid tribute to coach Del Hill last night after causing the latest shock result of the pounds 1.3m Embassy World Championship. "The Outlaw" knocked out 1997 Crucible champion Ken Doherty 10-5 after struggling to pot a ball just six weeks...
Sorrow for Three despite Twickenham Victory
Byline: By Alan Hedley Newcastle's Twickenham joy was tinged with sadness as trio Andrew Blades, Hugh Vyvyan and Garath Archer bowed out on a high note. Blades is to return to Australia to join the Wallabies coaching staff, Vyvyan is moving to...
Specsavers Is Setting Its Sights on 700 New Jobs
Byline: By Phil Waller High street opticians group Specsavers yesterday unveiled plans to create up to 700 jobs in the UK and continental Europe. The group said it would take on about 400 staff to work at 40 new stores that it plans to open in...
Specsavers Setting Its Sights on New Jobs
Byline: By Phil Waller High street opticians group Specsavers yesterday unveiled plans to create up to 700 jobs in the UK and continental Europe. The group said it would take on about 400 staff to work at 40 new stores that it plans to open in...
Sport Shorts
Speedway: Steady rain yesterday morning guaranteed a blank weekend for the Newcastle Diamonds in the Premier Trophy as their match at Brough Park against the Edinburgh Monarchs was postponed because of a waterlogged track before lunchtime along with...
Starting Out
Name of business: Additional Lengths. Location: Stockton-on-Tees. Line of business: Importing and supplying real hair extensions to hair salons and the public. Training hairdressers in hair extension technique. Director: Victoria Lynch ...
Success for a Friend
Byline: By Simon Rushworth The Journal The Powergen Cup final was about more than rugby for those Falcons players who witnessed the passing of a close friend last month. Chief Sports Writer Simon Rushworth reports on a fitting tribute to Soa Otuvaka....
Sue Wilson Column
Byline: By Sue Wilson At first glance central Australia does not seem the sort of place to offer many business opportunities. Out here in the desert you are very much aware of the vastness of the land and the scarceness of human beings. At...
Sunderland 0, West Brom 1
Byline: By Paul Gilder In April 2003, West Bromwich Albion recorded a win on Wearside which ensured Sunderland would suffer the ignominy of finishing bottom of the Premiership pile; 12 months on, the Baggies were at it again. This time, a victory...
Tesco Juggernaut Ready to Deliver Huge Profits Again
Byline: By David Winning Supermarket chain Tesco will lead blue chip stocks reporting results this week with companies in the technology and banking sectors also due to update investors on trading. Tesco has produced a series of stellar trading...
The Bull Tramples on Best of British
Byline: By Mark Garrod On the same course where he hopes to play in the World Cup in November, Ricardo Gonzalez won the Seville Open yesterday - thanks to a 40-foot birdie putt on the final green. Trailing Jonathan Lomas of England and Scot Stephen...
The Bull Tramples on British
Byline: By Mark Garrod On the same course where he hopes to play in the World Cup in November, Ricardo Gonzalez won the Seville Open yesterday - thanks to a 40-foot birdie putt on the final green. Trailing Jonathan Lomas of England and Scot Stephen...
Thunder Taught Lesson by Skolars
Byline: By Jeff Bowron Gateshead Thunder crashed to a devastating 22-21 defeat in their LHF Healthplan National League Two home opener against fellow outpost club London Skolars yesterday. Gateshead, without a victory at the Thunderdome for almost...
Trio of A-List Gigs to Suit All Tastes
Byline: By Graham Davies Three crowd-pulling acts are set to rock Tyneside all week long. Graham Davies previews their arrival. If variety is the spice of life then Newcastle's musical offerings will be rivalling the contents of an Indian restaurant's...
United Display a Steely Backbone
Byline: By Luke Edwards One of the main reasons why Newcastle have failed to pull away from the pack chasing Champions League qualification has been their lack of discipline away from home. But yesterday they gave a performance overflowing with...
Urged to Support Industry
Byline: By Jennifer Mackenzie Most British supermarkets are selling too much bacon and ham from countries that use methods of pig production that would be illegal in this country, it was claimed yesterday. The English pig farmers' first PorkWatch...
Vardy Plan for Site Moves into High Gear
Byline: By Rebekah Ashby The car sales group Reg Vardy has unveiled its plans for developing a new dealership on Teesside. The Sunderland-based group has bought a prime piece of land sandwiched between the busy Old and New Portrack Lane, that...
Wade Asociates Northern Alliance
Byline: By Bill Gardiner As they wade through their fixture backlog and home in on the Premier Division title, West Allotment Celtic entertain Winlaton Hallgarth tonight. On Saturday at Whitley Park they punished Carlisle City to the tune of...
Warning over NHS
Doctors' leaders warned yesterday that two-tierism in the NHS could lead to inequality of care for patients. James Johnson, the British Medical Association chairman, expressed concern that training reforms, increased competition in the NHS and failure...
Wearside League,
Byline: By Malcolm Pratt North Shields are in an excellent position to win the championship and promotion to the Albany Northern League. They moved into pole position with a 3-0 victory over Windscale and are now two points of Birtley Town with...
Wearsiders Facing a Tough Promotion Fight
Byline: By Paul gilder In April 2003, West Bromwich Albion recorded a win on Wearside which ensured Sunderland would suffer the ignominy of finishing bottom of the Premiership pile; 12 months on, the Baggies were at it again. This time, a victory...
Weather Helps Durham to Hold Up Warne's Men
Durham's hopes of avoiding defeat in their opening county championship match received a helping hand from the elements in Southampton yesterday. Hampshire hoped to finish off Martyn Moxon's men at the Rose Bowl, needing 95 runs to win with eight...
We're Sole Mates
Byline: By Megan Bolam Forget pumping your pecs or cheesy chat-up lines - shoes are the key to impressing a woman. A poll released yesterday shows four out of five women in the country believe the key to a good man these days lies in his footwear,...
We've Got to Handle Pressure - Lampard
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has warned his team-mates they must adapt to the tag of favourites if they want to become a major power in European football. The Blues go into tomorrow night's Champions League semi-final, first leg tie in Monaco...
Winning Habit Is Aim for Abbey
Byline: By Doug Moscrop It was a grey day at Ayr on Saturday. The forecast rain arrived, accompanied by a bitterly cold wind, but the appearance of a grey horse at his second home warmed the heart. Grey Abbey put up a staggering performance under...
Wolves 2, Boro 0
Byline: By Jack Pickering Boro headed for warm weather training on Saturday night knowing that a black cloud had descended over their season. A chance to put pressure on the Champions League contenders was thrown away at Molineux. The Jekyll...
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